‘Value-Based Healthcare’ relies on a solid analysis of patient data to establish the real value of medical treatments. But the current Electronic Health Records (EHR) of patients are unsuitable for this purpose entirely. Patient data are not recorded in a structured fashion – most often they are simply recorded as plain text, making statistical analysis and research impossible. Reporting patient data takes physicians hours per week of manual sifting through EHR systems. This way of working conflicts with the new European privacy legislation that will come into effect in May 2018.

CTcue takes the opposite approach by ingesting raw EHR systems and making them searchable through an intuitive interface. The system is powered by state-of-the art technology such as artificial intelligence and machine learning to parse, structure and interpret the data.

Applied already in twenty almost 20 Dutch hospitals, the technology works and, just as importantly, physicians like it. So now many m...
‘Value-Based Healthcare’ relies on a solid analysis of patient data to establish the real value of medical treatments. But the current Electronic Health Records (EHR) of patients are unsuitable for this purpose entirely. Patient data are not recorded in a structured fashion – most often they are simply recorded as plain text, making statistical analysis and research impossible. Reporting patient data takes physicians hours per week of manual sifting through EHR systems. This way of working conflicts with the new European privacy legislation that will come into effect in May 2018.

CTcue takes the opposite approach by ingesting raw EHR systems and making them searchable through an intuitive interface. The system is powered by state-of-the art technology such as artificial intelligence and machine learning to parse, structure and interpret the data.

Applied already in twenty almost 20 Dutch hospitals, the technology works and, just as importantly, physicians like it. So now many more hospitals prepare to start. Pharmaceutical companies and national health registries recognise the value of the technology, too, and are willing to pay for it CTcue is now being promoted by the physicians, industry and national health registries. This is the moment for CTcue to grow faster, nationally and internationally.

In 2018 and 2019, CTcue will further develop a platform that works as a market place and connects the CTcue hospitals. Requests for analyses can be made to this platform. Since the system collects and processes sensitive personal health data, CTcue has taken great care to comply with the European GDPR legislation regarding legal and medical privacy, ahead of its coming into effect in 2018.

CTcue’s approach will disrupt the most important barriers to Value-Based Healthcare. And it has a healthy business case for CTcue, too. CTcue offers a freemium business model to hospitals, two Dutch hospitals and one Belgium hospital converted already to the paid version. The industry and national registry foundations already are paying customers.
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